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Crystalis

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(5 Customer Reviews)
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Price: $29.99
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Description

Crystalis original NES Nintendo Game cartridge only - Cleaned Tested and Guaranteed to Work!

Product Details

UPC:

011170010430

Condition:

Used

Genre:

Role-Playing

Platform:

Nintendo NES

Region:

NTSC (N. America)

ESRB:

Everyone

Part Number:

NES_CRYSTALIS

Customer Reviews

5 Stars
Crystalis
great game. I wasn't into these games in the 80's but I truly appreciate it now.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) from Maryland on
5
5 Stars
This game is amazing
This is probably one of the greatest cult hit titles on the NES It's got a good story for the time, great music, and the game never has this feeling where it's purposely trying to make you not have fun like some other NES games tend to do Overall if you enjoyed the Zelda series or any other Action RPG, you're definitely missing out big time by not playing Crystalis
Reviewed by: from Canada on
5
5 Stars
This is the true Cryatalis.
I first played this game back in the mid 1990's and was instantly hooked. the story is nothing spectacular, but even so the NES version is still much more gripping than the horrible Game Boy Color remake. The gameplay is simple. You travel the world, fighting enemies, gaining experience and collecting items and of course talking to various people to advance the plot. Many people criticize the game for the necessity of switching swords to combat different enemies who might not be weak to the first sword you get. I tell these people that this is called strategy, which the Game Boy Color version lacks. They removed entirely the elemental weaknesses from the enemies in that remake, meaning that there's virtually no strategic planning in that incarnation beyond making sure you keep your HP up. It's not as though it takes more than a second just to switch out your old sword for a new one to deal with the new enemies. Another aspect of the NES version which was regrettably ruined in the GBC remake was the audio. The sound effects in the NES version, though nothing spectacular, are still fitting and sound like what they're supposed to, particularly when you strike an enemy with your sword. True the ping when you strike an enemy that isn't vulnerable to your current sword can get a little annoying but not too much. But where the game really shines in the audio department is the music. True some of the cave themes can get a bit annoying but other themes, like the overworld or dolphin themes, will get pleasantly stuck in your head for hours if not days at a stretch. The story of the game, even if not groundbreaking, was still well-written. It actually discusses the concept of good and evil somewhat, which for the NES days was profoundly philosophical. All that was removed in the GBC remake. The story was just the standard evil wizard wants to rule earth. Kill him. The NES version actually explored the idea that even a good person could potentially fall to evil. In short, if you're going for Crystalis go for the NES version. That, as far as I'm concerned, was the truest version of the game.
Reviewed by: from Twin Falls on
5
4 Stars
Crystalis
very challenging,especially as the game progresses,very intent,need to focus big time in following of the game all the way through to the end (that is the only way to accomplish it)taking note of all that is said and done and check out everything
Reviewed by: from home on
4
5 Stars
Crystalis
I love this game. It plays great but sound track is a little off. It did not affect the peformance of the game so I am very happy with it.
Reviewed by: from Jefferson City, Missouri on
5

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